ICO latest newsletter states “(…) people have woken up to the importance of personal data and how it’s used. Personal data has become the currency by which society does business, but advances in technology should not mean organisations racing ahead of people’s rights – individuals should be the ones in control.”
The Information Commissioner’s latest round of public research has found that one in three (34%) people have trust and confidence in companies and organisations storing and using their personal information. This is up from one in five people in 2017 (21%).
Click the link to access the Information Rights Strategic Plan: Trust and Confidence